Hostal el Pedron

Alfaro near Martinez, Banos, Ecuador | Hotel
 

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A woman named Eve

A travel blog entry by chimichenga

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... you have to understand the psyche's image-language, for you are Psyche. Listen to the story of the Serpent and Isha as if it were taking place today, in 1973.

Do you know what to make of the eruption of sexuality, eroticism, pornography, obscenity? Are you aware that the third capital sin in past epochs was Lewdness? Do you know that sensualists and voluptuaries were sentenced ...

Bananas

A travel blog entry by rktravel

20

... weeding. He grows Pineapples, Bananas, Papaya, Bamboo, Cacao, and Yuca at the moment, but is planning to keep expanding after this season. Back here at the Lodge there is a small nursery of plants that we've been taking care of- Papaya, Avocado, Spinach, Cacao- some of which we'll transplant at the Eco-campsite, and others that will go to the farm, but all coinciding with the lunar calendar.

Overall, our first few weeks have ...

Adventures in Baños!

A travel blog entry by sharissajj

8

... just long enough to get a photo each) and high tailed it back onto solid ground. The swing was really cool, and we managed to get some cool shots while playing on it. We weren't really feeling up to that huge hike back down, so we crossed over to the main road to see how much a taxi would cost. We found it was still too pricey, so we started to walk down, in hopes we could maybe hitch back some of the way. Luckily a bus actually came by! It was a much cheaper ...

Day 97

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

... think that they will be enjoyed this weekend and they can be enjoyed by our kids when they come. We find two, but opt to go and eat dinner first so we don’t have to carry them around. We opt to go to Rocio for dinner and have our favorite meal there… penne a la vodka con pollo (with chicken) and Caesar salad and we split both which is plenty. It is one of the only places that I get ...

Day 83

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

... salad and a glass of freshly made watermelon juice (this is absolutely wonderful… all she does is blend fresh watermelon with ice (no sugar and no water added)). After that we go back to our room for a nap and end up sleeping for three hours!!! We both feel so much better when we wake up. It is time to meet Dario and his family on the beach so we change and head out to watch for them. We talk to some gringo’s that ...

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This hotel, located on Alfaro near Martinez, Banos, is near Geotours and Las Piscinas de la Virgen.
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